Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, now available
online, provides scholarly articles covering topics in anthropology,
economics, political science, psychology, sociology, archaeology,
demography, education, geography, history, law, linguistics, and
philosophy. It also includes selected articles in the areas of evolution,
genetics, neuroscience, psychiatry, health, gender, religion, technology,
and area studies.
3,842 scholars from 51 countries contributed over 4,500 signed
articles. Each entry includes a bibliography that cites books, articles
and websites, with the emphasis on sources from the last 25 years.
Linked "see also" references lead researchers to related
articles and provide context and breadth to the research process.
The Claremont Colleges, as a purchaser of the $9,000 print edition,
received one year of free access to the online version. Take a moment
to review this valuable resource and if you have any comments please
let me know.
Cindy Snyder, Honnold/Mudd